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car is inappropriate. apparently it is. >> let's welcome our guests. jed dojedediah bila. jim norton. his latest comedy cd came outlast week called "no baby for you." bill schulz, sorry. and sitting next to me is john bolton, former u.s. ambassador to the u.n and fox news contributor. we will get to the top story tonight. he shun attention until he didn't. adam lanza was an awkward loaner who pressed himself against the wall when others approached in the hallway. now a shattered and devastated town is trying to figure out why he slaughtered his mother and 26 other adults. he had problems, problems that went beyond lack of social skills. they assigned him a permanent psychologist as a 9th grader and flagged him to the security chief. he was mentally ill, clearly, and there were reports he had aspbureger's a milder form of autism. but we don't know everything. but it has put the spotlight on mental health. as one psychologist told usa today, if we will focus on prevention, we can't think of the gunman in the parking lot and what to do with them. we have to get involved a lot earlier. j
that this was al qaeda affiliated, suspected, even on day one. but let me ask but senator eleanor holmes-norton. she said, we do not intend to stabbed by when susan rice who, had nothing to do with the benghazi attack or its aftermath is the scapegoat. she is not clamoring for her own party, for the administration to tell us, what did you know? when did you know? and why are you dragging your feet on it? she's missing the point. do you agree? >> she's missing the point. she is playing politics. she knows she has cover because the mainstream media is going right along with her and the suggestion that obama and his closest people in the white house did nothing wrong in benghazi. obviously, they did. four brave and innocent americans were killed in this attack. and still, the american people are left with so many questions. and spokespersons for this incident this, tragedy, are wanting to play politics instead of being straight with the people. >> yes. and the press secretary, jay carney, is i think likewise, subject to legitimate criticism. i assume that he has access to information and for many
-qaeda suspected even on day one. let me ask you about representative eleanor holmes norton she says: >> she is not clamoring for her own party for the administration to come and tell us what did you know? when did you know it? why are you dragging your feet about it? she is missing the point, do you agree? >> she is missing the point and playing politics. she knows she has cover because of mainstream media is going along with her and that suggestion that obama and his closest people in the white house did nothing wrong in benghazi. obviously, they did. four brave and innocent americans were killed in this attack. still, the american people are left with so many questions. spokesperson for this incident this tragedy are wanting to play politics instead of being straight with the people. >> press secretary jay carney is likewise, subject to legitimate criticism. i assume he has access to information. for many days maybe not 73 days but that i done everything they could not to get the facts out. just get the facts out. quit trying to hide them that's -- i don't understand why everyone get give
. police officer edward norton in boston jumps in the frigid water to save a woman's life. it is not clear how the woman fell into the water but a witness says that he threw his car into park and leapt into the water after her, carrying a life saving ring with him as you can see, the woman is being treated for are hypothermia but is expected to fully recover. >>> after more than a year, president obama has finally begun to release his regulatory agenda. the u.s. law requires federal agencies to publicly report proposed regulations that will have a significant impact directly to congress. we now know from the government's website from the department of labor that just within the last four months more than 6,000 new proposed regulations are pending. shannon bream is investigating the onslaught of new regulations and spoke with the founder and president of the media research center who says the media has failed to keep the american public informed about this. >> nobody is reporting the truth about obama care. you know, p.j. o'rourke made a great observation 20 years ago when said if you think
wrong. isn't that the test for insanity? >> it's interesting, new york followed what we remember the mcnorton rule and until 1965 and then they went with a slightly different iteration. one can you appreciate the facts of what you are doing. you are squeezing someone's neck and you think are squeezing lemons and number two, you know what you are doing is wrong. there is a couple interesting points. number one she ran away from the scene. show theoretically. >> gregg: consciousness of guilt? >> conscious necessary you know what you did is wrong. two, her specific language about because he is muslim is same argument. >> she admitted in doing it. it's not all the aliens were following me, she pushed him. i targeted this person. >> gregg: in the case of andrea yates, she drowned her children in the bathtub. she called police which prosecutors used against her and said, hey, she understood what she had done and knew that it was wrong. she was eventually on a second trial found to be insane. >> that is the flip side of what you just said. you have to be crazy to call the police, right? that is inte
water to save a drowning woman. now the city of boston is honoring officer ed norton with the commendation for this courage. unfortunately, the cold water rescue landed him in hot water at home. he lost his wedding ring in the water. oh, oh clayton? >> clayton: thanks. what better way to end your holiday meal than with a decadent dessert. wash it down with a delicious cocktail. we're back with runner up on the season of "the next iron chef" that ended two days ago. amanda is here. has it set in yet? >> not yet. i still feel like a winner. >> clayton: you are. congratulations. >> thank you. >> clayton: we cooked why stuff earlier. now dessert and a chocolate mousse. looking here, it doesn't look like it takes a lot to make a dessert like this. >> chocolate mousse can be made so quickly, so easily and it's a crowd pleaser. i don't know anybody who doesn't love it. >> clayton: you mentioned chocolate. is that where we start? >> the thing about this recipe is it's dark chocolate. i'm a huge dark chocolate fan. you add lots of cream and egg white into the base, so you star
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